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Date Posted: 00:55:18 01/20/04 Tue
Author: Jessica
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Subject: bathtime maniac!

Hi! My husband and I just adopted a deaf puppy from the pound about 2 weeks ago and so far so good. She has learned the signs for "sit" and "shake paws." We just love her.

Here's the problem...she turns into a MANIAC at bathtime. I had to give her a bath today because she got muddy outside with me and then snuck into the cats' litterbox, ate some of their poop and had litter on her head. It was totally gross (we are moving the litterbox to a more puppy-proof location."

I have to hold her quite forcibly in the tub, which I do not like doing at all. She keeps trying to escape and push past me. After, she runs around the house and trembles for a long time.

Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

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